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the right to armed resistance?

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Submitted by Daniel Newcombe (United States), Jan 22, 2009 at 17:38

Reading the news the other day (during the time when Gaza was physically occupied by the IDF), I noticed that Hamas was unlikely to agree to any cease-fire agreement that prohibited their "right to armed resistance". ?....!.... I'm not sure if this was actually on the table, or if it was instead speculation on just what the cease-fire terms would be, but this seemed (to me) to be a laughably dead-on description of the fantastic mindset of these "Palestinian liberators".

Did anyone else notice this concept being discussed? Hilarious! I can see the Israeli representatives saying, solemnly- "well, ok, as long as we 'retain' the right to inflict outlandishly 'disproportionate' casualties in Gaza (which was ours, but we GAVE you), and you agree disavow the international WHINING campaign that is being mobilized on your behalf, then yes- we can do this. Shake on it?.. No, I'm RIGHT-handed, thank you...."

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